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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1921.

Number 171.

Deans:
re will not be a conference of .the Deans today (Wednesday).
M. L. BURTON.
ors and Instructors in the University:
nbers of the Faculty who desire to avail themselves of the Uni-
s offer to provide academic gowns for the Baccalaureate and Com-
ent exercises must file application blanks with precise data in the
* the undersigned previous to noon, Saturday, June 4. .
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
Organizations:
action of the Board of Regents, all Class Treasurers and Treasurers
r student organizations are required to have their accounts audited
Official Auditor before the end of the college year, under penalty of
credits. All treasurers should balance their accounts accuratelyS
sent them for audit, first to the auditing committee of the organiza-
en to me. Blanks for the balance sheet should be secured from me
ARTHUR G. HALL.
tee on Diploma Schools: A
ere will be a meeting of the Committee onfDiploma Schools Thurs-
ne 2, at 4:30 p. m. in the office of President M. L. Burton.
J. B. EDMONSON,
Secretary of Committee.
lore Medical Examinations:
)homores and other second year men students who have not re-
the required medical examination are requested to report at the
Service before June 8.

HEILMAN' OF TIGERS
STILL LEADS BATTERS
TY COBB AD TIRIS SPEAKER1
CLOSE BEHIND7
HIM
Chicago, May 31.-Managing a balll
club seems to be conducive to heavy,
hitting for Ty Cobb, pilot of the De-
troit Tigers, and Tris Speaker, man-
ager of the Cleveland Indians, are
giving Harry Heilman of Detroit a
terrific fight for the batting - leader-
ship of the American league.
Cobb boosted his mark from .395.
last week to .411 for this week, ac-
cording to averages released today
and which included games of last1
Wednesday, while Speaker raised his
last week's average of .378 to .408.
Heilman, although he suffered a bat-
ting slump is 14 points ahead of
Cobb. Heilman's average is .425 as
compared with .454 a week ago.
Severeid Fourth
Severeid, of St. Louis, also has
come to the front in grand style. The
slugging catcher of the Browns, who
was hitting .309 a week ago has at-
tained a mark of .381 and is in fourth
place.
Babe Ruth, the king of home run
hitters, ran into a slump when the
Yankees hit the Western trail of the
circuit. His batting averages drop-
ped from .378 to .345. The big slug-

cracked out a drive which was said
to be the longest made at the Brown's
park, and brought his total string of
home runs up to 13. Shocker was
pitching.
Harris Leads in Steals
Harris, of Washington, stole two
bases while the Senators were tour-
ing the west end and is showing the
way to the base stealers with 10
thefts.
Other leading batters for 20 or
more games, Brower, Washington,
.378; Sisler, St. Louis, .375; Tobin,
St. Louis, .375; Stephenson, Cleve-
land, .363; Williams, St. Louis, .353;
Ruth, New York, .345.1
NOTRE DAME SENDING STRONG
TRACK TEAM TO CONFERENCE

are others looked on as sure one-two
finishers. Captain Kasper in the
quarter and half mile runs and Ho-
gan in the javelin throw and the re-
lay team also are expected to score
without trouble.
FACULTY CONSIDER CHANGES
IN ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

a two semester course in g
be offered at the University.
" Both the subject of freshi
ures and revision of entrance
ments will be discussed at
meeting to be held in three
DIXIE CLUB WILL GIVE
DANCING PARTY

(Continued from Page One).
cepted for admission may be taken forf
credit in the University.t
Certain recommendations were mades
by the committee in connection withr
the proposed revision of entrance re-c
quirements. Closer co-ordination be-l
tween high school subjects offered as
entrance units and elementary Uni-t
versity work in the same subjects arec
advocated, a is the requirement that1
certain major high. school subjects be
continued during the freshman year.
Reform in the method of teaching
freshmen especially in lecture courses
is recommended.
Suggestions were made by certain{
members of the faculty at the meet-+
ing yesterday that a two semestera
course in physiology and geology and

Final arrangements have been m
for the annual Dixie club spring
ty, which will be held on Friday
ning, June 3, in Harris hall. Nov
music and special decorations bea
out the scheme of previous si
parties will feature the dance. As
ual the dance. will be conducte
true Southern style, the "cut
dancing being substituted for the
gram affair.
Tickets are being sold by meu
of the dance committee and ma
purchased by any man who de
to attend the party. This is the
time that the spring party has
opened to the campus but the d
expressed by outsiders to attend
dance caused the committee to
the affair to the campus at larg

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two in the 120 yard high hurdles.
Johnny Murphy has beaten 6 feet 2
inches in the high jump recently and
should give Dewey Alberts, the Illi-9
nois star, a keen fight. Buck Shaw,
' winner of the shot - put at the Illi-
nois relays with a mark of 44 feet, 7
1-2 inches, and, Bill Hayes, sprinter,

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ngineering 40:
ecial notice for students attending Junior engineering assembly on
Assignment for June 2, Elements of Highway Engineering pages
388. A. H. BLAN'CHARD.
Members of Sigma XI:
e annual initaton and banquet of the Sigma Xi will be held on the
loor of the Michigan Union Thursday evening, June 2. The ban-
ill begin promptly at 6:15 o'clock.
llowing the initiation, an address will be given by Professor John
ker on the subject, "Research-an Outside View".
members of Sigma Xi, whether elected to the Michigan Chapter or
welcome.
PETER OKKELBERG, Secretary.'r
Club:
members desiring to attend the Players Club banquet at the Union,
sday evening, June 1, will leave their names with Ralph Johnson.
eresting program has been arranged. The dinner will be $1.25 per
ROBERT B. RITTER, Treasurer.
Students in Business Administration and Mbehanical Engineering:
officer of the Peerless Weighing Machine Company will meet stu-
[uesday, June 7, from 1:30 to 5:30 p. m. in Room 221, New Engineer-
ilding. The Peerless Weighing Machine Company has several posi-
pen all over the United States for ambitious boys of first class char-
Good pay to start with, and. all expenses paid. 1 F. A. MICKLE.
1. E. Student Branch:
ial Meeting for the year will be held Wednesday at 8 p. M., June 1,
348. Reports for the year and installation of new officers will take
an Cooley and Prof. H. C. Anderson have been invited to speak.
L. K. FERRIS.
nd Blade Club:
ring to the fact that the next regular meeting of the club was sched-
>r the Thursday immediately preceding final examinations it has been
t wise to change the date to Thursday of this week, June 2 ,at 7:15
Reading -Room, Michigan Union. All members and Federal Board
re urged to be present. Samples of the pins have been received.
WILFRID HOCKING, President.
- JAMES C. STEVENS, Secretary.
A-s and Faculty of the College of Pharmacy:
i Wednesday, June 1, all students of the College of Pharmacy are in-
o spend the day in a tour of inspection of the manufacturing plant of
Davis & Co. Special car will leave the interurban station for Detroit
0. All pharmacy students will be excused from classes for the day as
en the, custom in past years.
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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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while in Chicago but in the final
game at St. Louis Wednesday he

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natcal Club:
ncheon wil be served at the Union at 12 o'clock today. The number
room will be announced on the bulletir board at the Union.
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.

WHAT'S GOING 0N]
WEDNESDAY
-Soph lit baseball practice, Fer-
field.
i-Varsity baseball game with. M'
C., Ferry field.
-Initiation banquet of Cercle
rancais, room 319, Union.
-Circulo Italiano meets for elee-
>n of officers in Cercle Francais
noms.
I-Naval reserve meets for radio
lephone demonstration, radio
om, Engineering building.
-Speech by L. G. Raub, '21D, on1
he Rebasing of Vulcanite Den-
res," amphitheater of Dental build-
g.
THURSDAY
-Senior lit class meeting, room
Mason hall.
-Meeting of entire business staff
id tryouts of Gargoyle, Press build-

7:15-Meeting of P1 Delta Epsilon for
election of officers, Union.
7:30-Meeting of Gun and Blade, read-
ing room, Union.
7:30-Meeting of CatholIc Students'
club for election of fficers, St.
Mary's chapel.
8:00-Meeting of Christian Science so-
ciety in Lane hall auditorium.
8:00-Graduation recital, School of
Music.
U-NOTICE
A. J. Stelter, of the H. J. Heinz com-
pany, will be at the Union from 8
to 12 o'clock and from 1 to 5:30
o'clock Thursday to interview men
for summer work.
Regular Wednesday afternoon labora-
tory in Psychology 25 Will meet at 7
o'clock tonight.
Senior chemical engineers and chem-
ical engineering faculty will have a
group picture taken at 10:45 o'clock
this morning in front of Chemistry
building.
Glee club members who have not re-
turned last week's concerts should
leave them at the main desk of the
Union between 1 and 5 o'clock this af-
iternoon.

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